Paul Allard, descendant of the builders of this residence, scholar and historian, the author of "Persécutions Romaines", and a great admirer of Victor Hugo made this place immortal. Since then, the Manoir de Bray has always belonged to the same family. With each generation of mother and daughter, its peaceful destiny continues. As the manor of a writer, it is very close to Victor Hugo, Guy de Maupassant, André Gide, Maurice Leblanc and his "Arsene Lupin", writers all from Etretat. Outside, three Roman porches from the 12th century are joined to the manor.They are the vestiges of the old church of Epretot and give a very special charm to this residence.This manor offers great convenience and a warm reception to its guests, in calm and restful surroundings (3 hectare park).You will be accommodated in guestrooms with period furnishings. Near the attractive sites of Honfleur, Etretat, Deauville and its great beaches, as well as Etretat Golf courses, Deauville, Saint Gastien, Le Havre, Dieppe, you will enjoy a pleasant stay and above all , enjoy our very special breakfast.What a delight!